In an effort to get you re-engaged with their loyalty programs, some retailers are upping the reward ante with tiered options. So, spend more, save more?
A couple of recent studies prove why the frugal are considered sexier than the spendthrift.
Most of us struggle to save, but for some chronic savers, parting with cash is excruciating -- and so they deny themselves comfort and pleasure.
Despite the myth that finance is a rational science, money is in fact all about emotion. Little wonder then that the field of financial therapy is growing.
If you're looking for a a grill, the deals will be red-hot. But if you're thinking of a tablet, delaying your purchase is likely to save you money.
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Retailers are always trying to understand more about their customers. But how far is too far when it comes to learning about your shopping habits?
Worrying about finances isn't unusual, but you don't want that concern to reach unhealthy proportions. You can learn to put money in its place and free your mind for other things.
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